We also save money because we feel we can send our kids to public school instead of a private school. I am courious whether insurance cover it. Secondly, if you need to replace ruined shoes you can go to a shoe shop and choose fantastic, amazing and wonderful new shoes. In the country, children have as much space as they want and do not have to share it with tens of other children, like this is the case in most city parks and playgrounds. Urban area in India, constituting cities and satellite cities, includes any region with a very high population density of more than 400 persons per square kilometre. In the country, you can easy grow enough fruits and vegetables for own consumption. So there is no much air pollution and accidents in villages.
So they can reach a good position. There are many options to select. Needing a car sucks cause it costs more, but life is just vastly less expensive. The life expectancy of a person living in the city is much greater than that of someone living in the country. Most goods are very expensive. In the country you can either eat some of that meat which has been sitting in the freezer for a month now, or you can drive 2 miles to the nearest town just to eat at some crap Chinese restaurant or pizza place. Although living in the city has many advantages there are some disadvantages too.
I am for the country all the was! The city is a loud noisy place and it is fun while the country is quiet andpeaceful i say the country is better when your stressed, but the city is when you want to have a good time. Do you prefer to live in the city, or the suburbs? Having said that, I tried to build a list of the most positive aspects of both urban and rural life, based on the aspects of each that I find most appealing. City kids will grow up smarter and better informed so that they can make their own decisions because they have seen all kinds of people and they know what life is really like. So it is no surprise that 80% of Americans live in urban areas. You do not need to deal with pollutions in country life. In the city, one might not have the privacy that one wish for. On other hand the village the undeveloped area for example, we cannot easily get many facilities the insufficient medical and education facilities, few opportunities to make money, little entertainment, no or little public transportation, also less facilities than a big city offers.
Life in a Village There are approximately 50,000 villages in India. I hope that helped u. Finally, it is impossible not to mention the differences in day to day cost of living in big cities and in small towns. The electronic world may offer versions of these experiences but only in a watered down, generic form. Positives of living in China urban areas If you live in Chinese urban areas, you will have more chance of getting employed. So conclusion is that city and village as both its advantages and disadvantages. Most goods are very expensive.
One would not be able to go outside without bumping into people. I live in city - I was born in hospital I live in village - I was born in my home. Communities in the country are much smaller but they are more connected and open. However, Indian cities are not equipped to cater to this accelerated speed of urbanisation and therefore, this trend is taking its toll on basic infrastructure like water supply, electricity lines and roads. Also, there are scores of schools and institutes in cities which provide high level of education to children living in cities. The environment of the village is pleasant and silent and it has scenic beauty.
Living in the city is better than living in the village Today's life has many difficulties and people are the victims, so they plan to make it easy as they can. Plus nature is nature, cities are just a whole bunch of buildings crowded together in a big area. The village people always try to protect their traditional habits and culture. On other hand the village the undeveloped area for example, we cannot easily get many facilities the insufficient medical and education facilities, few opportunities to make money, little entertainment, no or little public transportation, also less facilities than a big city offers. It is nearly impossible to find a good answer to the question, what is better: living in the city or living in the country. If they get ill, they need to pay for themselves.
Same day villagers live same place. Case in point, town life has much more variety. In the past, I have made to my preference for living in a small town over living in an urban area. So I hedged my bets and lived in the east end. By now you have probably come to the realization that the country can't even compete with the city. Over all there are some similarities between both locations with big differences. Living in cities means gaining access to a host of facilities such as public libraries and parks, clubs, multi-cuisine restaurants, water parks, shopping malls, theatres or multiplex, airport, many public and private hospitals etc.
It had a lot to offer with the proximity of work and the nightlife. In the country, you are woken up by the singing of the birds rather than by the noise from the traffic. Arguably, the quality of life is better too. There are a lot of vehicles and people in the road. However I do not agree with you that the city is better than the country. They take pleasure from living in calm and peaceful environment of the countryside and spend their free time fishing, hiking or picking berries in the forest.
I viisted places where people deliver their babies in home. They have more friends in the community since it is small. Then you can enjoy the outback. You do not have to see anyone if you do not want to and often do not hear a car driving by for the entire day. If I ever need something in a pinch, anything from a tool to a cup of sugar to a helping hand, I can practically just shout out what I need from the driveway and someone will help.
The village has not lot of vehicles. The country is basically a giant playground if you think about it. I live in city - Dad to go bank everyday, and servant smiles to him. The main causes for this trend are employment opportunities, education, medical facilities and chiefly, the promise of a better quality of life. Also you will typically live on gravel roads, which are usually covered in pot holes. The village has not lot of vehicles.